Ethernet & TCP/IP & MPLS in Modern Networks

$995.00$1,195.00 +GST

Ethernet, TCP/IP & MPLS in Modern Networks – 2 days.

Port Vila: May 9th – 10th: NZ$1,195: Bookings Closed

Suva, Fiji: May 30th – 31st: NZ$1,195: Bookings Close May 3rd

Auckland: June 13th – 14th: $995 + GST: Bookings Close May 31st

please email enquiries.ap@commslearning.com to register your interest for other locations

Can be delivered In-house or as a public session.

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This course will explain how Ethernet became carrier grade and now challenges SDH as the transport technology of choice. We will explain the framing, V-LAN’s & prioritisation, traffic profiles, and how to test the UNI and then the EVC using standards based tests. We then explore the Internet Protocol, v6 addressing, quality of service levels, security & VPN’s and the emergence of MPLS as a transport technology. Learn how these technologies are shaping modern networks into “All Ethernet & IP” Infrastructures.

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Description

This course will explain how Ethernet became carrier grade and now challenges SDH as the transport technology of choice. We will explain the framing, V-LAN’s & prioritisation, traffic profiles, and how to test the UNI and then the EVC using standards based tests. We then explore the Internet Protocol, v6 addressing, quality of service levels, security & VPN’s and the emergence of MPLS as a transport technology. Learn how these technologies are shaping modern networks into “All Ethernet & IP” Infrastructures.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Technical managers, network design engineers, software engineers, installation, commissioning and maintenance engineers and anyone needing a detailed technical understanding of today’s Layer 2/3 networks and how to test them to ensure SLA conformance.

SOME COURSE BENEFITS:
• Understand how these technologies interconnect to form “next generation” architectures.
• Know the technical benefits and limitations of the technologies
• Plan, Design and Test these networks effectively
• Ensure SLA’s are being met COURSE OBJECTIVES:
• Understand the technologies and how the protocols interact
• Understand the technical interactions of “data friendly” Ethernet, TCP/IP and MPLS
• Be able to properly test both Ethernet Services and IP Application channels.

FORMAT:
2 days, interactive classroom based, with discussions, quizzes, and group exercises.
Maximum attendees: 12 per course

Additional information

Date & Location

Auckland: June 13th-14th, Port Vila: May 9th-10th, Suva: May 30th-31st